Constraints in adoption of HRM practices in agro-based micro-enterprises in Tamil Nadu, India: Explicit SEM model
C Saranya, K Uma, KM Shivakumar, M Malarkodi and S Sridevy
HRM Practices are a multifaceted process influenced by various constraints. Recognizing and addressing these constraints is essential therefore systematically identifying and mitigating these constraints micro-enterprises can improve the position of HRM practices with their strategic objectives, reduce the struggle for transformation, allocate resources more effectively, address cultural and organizational barriers, invest in employee development, steer legal requirements, and augment management and communication practices. To attain, a holistic approach that considers these constraints can lead to the successful adoption and integration of HRM practices, promoting organizational growth and sustainability, this study explores the intricate constraints affecting the adoption of Human Resource Management (HRM) practices in agricultural micro-enterprises in Tamil Nadu, India, Developing explicit model through SEM. This research delves into a model that influences the performance of micro-enterprises including limited access to financial issues, market scenarios, regulatory issues, problems, nature of employment, and cultural norms. The findings from this research shed light on the complex challenges facing HRM adoption in this sector and offer valuable insights for policymakers and practitioners seeking to develop strategies that can foster the integration of HRM practices and enhance the productivity, sustainability, and overall well-being of the workforce in Tamil Nadu's agro-based micro-enterprises.
How to cite this article:
C Saranya, K Uma, KM Shivakumar, M Malarkodi and S Sridevy. Constraints in adoption of HRM practices in agro-based micro-enterprises in Tamil Nadu, India: Explicit SEM model. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(12S): 992-997.